This eastern part of the mountain range of Pena Forcada extends from Traba de Laxe to the tip of Cape Vilán, our next stop in Camariñas. In this rocky, and in a way intimidating scenario, because of the force the wind erodes it with, arises another lighthouse on Costa da Morte, very well-known both for its structure and its location. It is currently home to the Museum of Shipwrecks. In the visit to the exhibition, you will get a close look at lighthouses and their secrets and will see how the beauty of the place contrasts with its extreme level of danger. Over 150 wrecks have been recorded on this stretch of coast; the best known is English navy vessel HMS Serpent, on 10 November 1890. Apart from three seriously wounded survivors who managed to reach the coast, the other 172 members of the crew are buried in the spot known as “Cemiterio dos Ingleses” (the English cemetery). Go up to the old tower, located next to the current lighthouse, built in 1896. You will see the octagonal tower of Cape Vilán from here in all its magnitude. You will also see the Cyclops of Death Coast, which rises 105 metres above sea level to launch its light signal to all the ships sailing around these waters. This was the first electric lighthouse on the Spanish coast. Another curiosity is the covered tunnel which joins the lighthouse keepers’ building with the flashlight through one of the sides of the cliff.